Kids, teenagers, families: RVGL will be a great training and play experience

Two days dedicated to children and families. Friday 10 and Saturday 11 May RomeVideoGameLab will give great space to the Kids and Family didactic area intended for primary and secondary schools of first degree in which to learn the different disciplines in an experimental and experiential, playful and interactive way. The motivation and involvement of students is very high and extremely effective: it is learning by gaming.

Also the teachers are actively involved in the experience and live a moment of great sharing with the children.

The sessions are designed and conducted by Marco Vigelini, Minecraft Global Educator, and by Maker Camp educators, recognized experts in the field of technological and scientific education, planning of events and courses in programming, robotics, videogames development and STEM and STEAM disciplines (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Mathematics).

The School and Family Area and the educational laboratories are coordinated by Agnese Addone, primary school teacher, educational designer and expert STEM and STEAM.

The sessions, given the high educational value, received the patronage of MIUR, Directorate-General for Education and Digital Innovation.

The event is part of the Memorandum of Understanding signed by the Ministry of Education, University and Research and AESVI - Italian Video Game Publishers and Developers Association on 25 November 2016, with the aim of promoting the value of videogame as a tool for the development of digital skills of students and female students and support the integration of video games in the teaching and learning process, through information and training initiatives aimed at students and teachers.

The course is intended for schools that will participate for free, but individual students are not excluded who, at a cost of € 5, can register and participate